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News.com.au
Why your A-League club is struggling (or isn’t)Adelaide, playmaker Brett Holman seems a certainty to replace D’Agostino in the
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Adelaide, playmaker Brett Holman seems a certainty to replace D’Agostino in the starting side this weekend. Enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) is out for a least another week, but the Roar remain hopeful that French winger Eric Bautheac has his... Read more
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Herald Sun
Magic Mierzejewski, Kamau brace, Jets take offthe ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle,
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
the ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle, with the absence of Danish enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) noticeable. Adelaide United at Suncorp Stadium on Friday With the Roar’s attacking depth stretched,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Magic Mierzejewski, Kamau brace, Jets take offthe ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle,
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
the ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle, with the absence of Danish enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) noticeable. Adelaide United at Suncorp Stadium on Friday With the Roar’s attacking depth stretched,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Magic Mierzejewski, Kamau brace, Jets take offthe ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle,
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
the ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle, with the absence of Danish enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) noticeable. Adelaide United at Suncorp Stadium on Friday With the Roar’s attacking depth stretched,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Magic Mierzejewski, Kamau brace, Jets take offAll Angles: Sydney FC win Big Blue, Jets off to a flyer and no Popa, no problem
Daily Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
All Angles: Sydney FC win Big Blue, Jets off to a flyer and no Popa, no problem for Wanderers Matt Windley, Tom Smithies, Marco Monteverde, Val Migliaccio, News Corp Australia Network The A-League is back! And in the first of a new... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Magic Mierzejewski, Kamau doubles up, Jets take offthe ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle,
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
the ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle, with the absence of Danish enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) noticeable. Adelaide United at Suncorp Stadium on Friday With the Roar’s attacking depth stretched,... Read more
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News.com.au
Magic Milos, Kamau doubles up, Jets take offthe ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle,
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
the ball laterally rather than forward. The Roar also lost the midfield battle, with the absence of Danish enforcer Thomas Kristensen (hamstring) noticeable. A-League: Melbourne City have beaten the Brisbane Roar. COMING UP Adelaide United at... Read more
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The World Game
League club-by-club guideseason: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid B
The World Game / Posted 15 days ago
season: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid Ben Khalfallah, Luke DeVere and Thomas Kristensen. Aloisi has recruited plenty of experience for the upcoming campaign, but can his so-called 'Dad's Army' improve... Read more
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The World Game
League club-by-club guideseason: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid B
The World Game / Posted 16 days ago
season: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid Ben Khalfallah, Luke DeVere and Thomas Kristensen. Predicted finish: 8th Aloisi has recruited plenty of experience for the upcoming campaign, but can his... Read more
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NZCity
A-League club-by-club guideseason: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid B
NZCity / Posted 17 days ago
season: 3rd, semi-finalists Big five: Massimo Maccarone, Brett Holman, Fahid Ben Khalfallah, Luke DeVere, Thomas Kristensen. We say: Aloisi has recruited plenty of experience for the forthcoming campaign, but can his so-called 'Dad's... Read more
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